The Wedding (The Wedding album)

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The Wedding
Studio album by The Wedding
Released February 15, 2005
Recorded 2004/2005
Genre Christian punk, pop punk, emo
Label Rambler, Brave New World
Producer Mark Lee Townsend
The Wedding chronology
The Wedding
Rumble in the South EP
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]
Christian Music Today 4/5 stars[2]
Cross Rhythms 6/10 stars[3]
Jesus Freak Hideout 3.5/5 stars[4]

The Wedding is the first self-titled release from American punk rock band, The Wedding. It was released February 15, 2005 on Rambler Records,[5] and is the only album put out by the band to have four members. Two singles have been released from this album, "Move this City" and "Song for the Broken". No music videos have been released for this cd, single or otherwise. The album received mostly positive reviews and the band soon released a follow up EP, Rumble in the South, with bonus songs and later a second album, Polarity. This album includes guest vocals from Matt Thiessen of Relient K in the song "But A Breath".


The Wedding's debut release is lighter than other albums; this is because of the band only having four members at the time of this release. The music relies on Kevin Kiehn's high vocals and piano and pushes the bass into the background. The band's then current drummer, Clint Robinson, plays lightly with more simple beats rather than "Polarity" which features fast drumming.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Morning Air"
  2. "Move This City"
  3. "This Time I'm Leaving"
  4. "Wake the Regiment"
  5. "One Eye Open"
  6. "Price For Love"
  7. "Death By Xanga"
  8. "479HxC (Through the Night)"
  9. "Joyride"
  10. "But A Breath"
  11. "Water Under the Bridge"
  12. "Song for the Broken"


  • Kevin Keihn: Lead vocals, Piano, Synthesizer
  • Cody Driggers: Bass, Background vocals
  • Trevor Sarver: Guitar
  • Clint Robinson: Drums, piano
  • Mark Townsend: Producer, Engineer


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Christian Music Today review
  3. ^ Cross Rhythms review
  4. ^ Jesus Freak Hideout review
  5. ^ Stewart Mason. "The Wedding album review". Allmusic. Retrieved 12 Jan, 2009.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)